Kaja's Models and Machinations

Processing and Shipping Notes

I have some quick notes about order processing and shipping which, hopefully, will answer any questions you may have.

1. The different colours represent different materials, and there are some notable differences between them.  White resin prints the fastest, since it cannot print in 25-micron layers; unfortunately, this also means that it cannot produce the same level of detail as the other two.  Dark green is particularly fragile, and I don’t recommend it for tanks with long guns.  Grey is my personal favourite, at least until I discover something better.

2. Other than samples that I use for photographs, I do not maintain an inventory.  I manufacture models as they are ordered, which takes only a day, but I’m not always in my shop.

3. If you can view my website in your country without a VPN, I can ship models to you.

4. If you live the UK or any of the commonwealth countries, shipping may cost more than your order. While there are methods I can use to reduce shipping costs, I would suggest not placing an order of fewer than 20 models at a time. 

5. There is no discount for ordering large quantities – yet. However, regardless of where you live, you will save on shipping if you order as many as you need all at once. I have plans to offer entire divisions for sale, and they will be slightly cheaper than the same quantity of individual vehicles. Essentially, my intent is to replicate the numbers of historical tank divisions, then reduce their price by one vehicle each, two in the case of cheapies like the T-34 (which, as of this update, I don’t even offer yet, but I plan on selling them for $3 each).

6. Other than Hive, cryptocurrency payments are not currently integrated into the site.  If you wish to pay with crypto, please contact me, and I’ll send you the necessary information.

7. For those who receive parcel tracking notifications, your order will ship from either Damascus, Maryland, USA, or Newfoundland, Pennsylvania, USA.

8. The default packaging consists of thin-wall plastic tube sections sandwiched between flat sheets (see below). Small plastic boxes are used for models that are too large for the default method, or if I run out of material for the default packaging. Packages are shipped inside bubble mailers unless large enough to require a box.  I can alter the packaging method if you wish, simply send me an email with the order number in the subject header. 


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